ACS Clinical Research Program
A summary of some of the research that evaluates the role of axillary reverse mapping in cancer patients.
Describes the traditional management of desmoid tumors as well as new approaches, including radiation therapy for locally aggressive tumors.
Putting the needle before the knife: Minimally invasive approaches to diagnostic lymph node biopsy in melanoma
Minimally invasive approaches to diagnostic lymph node biopsy in melanoma are recommended as a first step in value-based care for the patient.
Recently completed and ongoing clinical trials in resectable gastric cancer are summarized.
The study design of the OPRA Trial, which includes a watch-and-wait cohort for locally advanced rectal cancer, is summarized.
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